Word of the day : Longevity

Posted on 28-Aug-2017


Longevity is a noun driven from Latin root word longaevus which means long-lived.

Meaning: Great duration of anyone's life.

Synonym: Durability, Endurance, Permanence, Seniority, and Lastingness.

Use of Longevity in sentence

  1. Simple lifestyle rules are the secret to one's longevity.
  2. A steady supply of food is the prime reason for increased life expectancy(Longevity)

 


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